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RoseCloud CLI

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RoseCloud CLI

The RoseCloud CLI tool. It is intended to be used to setup and manage a RoseCloud workspace for instructors and teaching assistants.

Requirements

  • python 3.5+

Development

Setup

With pipenv

  1. Install pipenv: sudo pip install pipenv.
  2. Run pipenv install. This sets up a python virtual environment for you. All subsequent commands should be run via pipenv run .... If you need to add another dependency, run pipenv install <package_name>.
Link CLI
  1. Run pipenv install -e .. This will create a symlink to this project. All changes here will show up in the pipenv.
  2. Run pipenv run rc --help.

With pip

  1. Run pip install -r requirements.txt This will install all dependencies to your machine. This is if you do not want to mess around with virtual environments and are fine with adding a few dependencies globally to your machine.
Link CLI
  1. Run pip install -e .
  2. Run rc --help

Things to Keep in Mind

  • Update requirements.txt once in a while. Recommend using pigar
  • Update setup.py dependencies once in a while.
  • Update Docker image once in a while by running
    • docker build -t docker.csse.rose-hulman.edu/rosebuild/rc-cli/pypi-deployer:MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH . --no-cache
    • docker push docker.csse.rose-hulman.edu/rosebuild/rc-cli/pypi-deployer:MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH
  • We need test
    • Click supports isolated filesystem and internal invocation

Testing

In order to run tests on this project, please follow the below steps. Before proceeding, assure that you have Python3.4 or greater downloaded

Setup Python and Pip

If you have installed Python 3.4 or greater, pip will be bundled in the install. However, you may find that you are still unable to use the pip commands in terminal. This is because we must place pip into your computers environment variables. To do this:

  • Open up the windows menu in the bottom left of the screen
  • Right click on "Computer" and select properties
  • Select "Advanced System Settings"
  • Select "Environment Variables"
  • In the box labelled "System Variables", locate the "Path" variable
  • Select this row and select "Edit"
  • Append to end of the list ";{Path to Python install};{Path to Python install}\Scripts"
  • Reopen your terminal and you should be able to sue pip commands

Install Libraries

Pip

We now need to run all of the necessary installs. These installs are listed below.

  • if you have not already, run "pip install requirements.txt"
Virtualenv
  • Navigate to the rc-cli folder
  • Enter the comman "virtualenv venv/Script/bin"
  • Enter the command "nosetest"

Running the Tests

You should now be able to run the tests. Navigate to the rc_cli\restore forlder in terminal. Now, run the command "nosetests RestorerTests.py". At this point, I am getting a "bad git executable" error. Please let me know if you get any errors from this.

Publishing

CI

You can read below for how to do it manually. To deploy, make sure the repository is cleaned (all files committed and pushed).

NOTE

Before committing to master, please update the version of the rc-cli service. To do this, update the version parameter in the setup.py file to be the latest version, in the form MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH.

Setup

First, you need to install PyPi's publication tool twine. Run,

pip install twine

You will also need wheel. Run,

pip install wheel

Lastly, ensure you have the latest setuptools by running

pip install --upgrade setuptools

You will need to also setup a PyPi account (link) and a test PyPi account (link).

For ease of use, you can create a file in your home directory called .pypirc with the following. For linux and osx, this would be ~/.pypirc. Twine will use this to request rather than requesting for credentials.

[pypi]
username = <username>
password = <password>

[testpypi]
username = <username>
password = <password>

Update Version

Before we can generate any files to publish, we must first update the version of the software.

  1. Open setup.py
  2. Find the version parameter on line 12
  3. Modify this parameter to be the new vesion number. The format is MAJOR.MINOR.PATCH

Generating Dist Files

Before you begin, make sure python has version 3.5+. The following command will generate dist files that are specific to your python version and some of the features used in this project are python 3.5+ specific.

To generate dist files, you need to run

python setup.py bdist_wheel

Upload New Distribution

If you are uploading changes, you should update the version in the setup.py following semantic versioning principles. (Refer to Update Version)

Run the following to upload latest changes to official PyPi servers

twine upload dist/*

You can now install it using

pip install rc-cli

Alternatively, to test without messing with production, run this

twine upload --repository-url https://test.pypi.org/legacy/ dist/*

To install from test,

pip install --index-url https://test.pypi.org/rc-cli rc-cli

More info here on PyPi distribution link.

More info here on test PyPi link.

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